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Synonyms for starting

a turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning)


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(especially of eyes) bulging or protruding as with fear

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appropriate to the beginning or start of an event

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This startingly counter-intuitive finding was catnip to conservatives [and] Hanushek soon became an expert witness for the defence at hearings .
More startingly, its nearest rival the Cardiff Barfly lagged 57 per cent behind - the biggest ever margin in this poll.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the early part of the show was a seldom-seen early Monet, Jar Of Peaches (1866, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden), a small, golden-hued picture that seemed startingly modern, with its boldly cropped vertical jar of fruit and low viewpoint.
His thinking about the spiritual life is startingly consistent and complete.
In 1998, Crittenden subjected the pro--working mother book, A Mother's Place, by journalist Susan Chira, to a startingly ad feminam thrashing in National Review.
Odd, too, is Kirkeby's palette of color: from the beginning the eye is assaulted by a Fauve-like mix of orange and emerald, startingly interrupted by one costume in royal blue and another in scarlet.
Today sees the inaugural running of what has startingly become the richest juvenile event in Europe, with a prize fund of pounds 359,800; pounds 179,900 to the winner right down to pounds 8,995 for the 10th horse.